3- On the taxi that takes us to Alexandria, while the taxi driver forgets to change the radio station and the notes of a piano create an emotional-visual short circuit, I begin to think that we need a look that recomposes these fragments within a map, the omnipresent fragmentation as the possibility of an extensive interpretation.
4- I wonder if there is a measurable and visible relationship between "the soul of a place", its social organization and its aesthetic manifestation? Is it possible to insinuate into the multiform grid of reality, an exploration that knows how to identify the fragments as the manifestation and the result itself of actions and gestures that imply a larger design? Fragments of a broken land is the first work of a larger project that aims to explore this territory of the event.
5 - Images were taken between Cairo and Alexandria in Egypt on November 2015.